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Mike Michaelson

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Mike Michaelson last won the day on August 29

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About Mike Michaelson

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    Mike Michaelson

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  1. On a long holiday weekend too! Hope you don't have duty, and happy birthday!
  2. @Althea Castillo , The key card issue ultimately comes down to unlocking RP opportunities. I broke into prison and hid within to attempt to free a friend yesterday, yet there is NO other way to access these facilities other than direct force in some capacity. A simple change to promote healthy RP is to give criminals a means to craft an item that allows them to break into police stations, and access restricted areas. The alternative is we decide that breaking someone out of jail/prison is fail RP and the capability goes away completely. You have a core problem. There are RP elements that criminals can only access by getting a key card from a LEO. Give criminals an alternative means, and make the cards unable to be stolen (again they would be useless IRL immediately after being reported stolen). Many criminals don't want to rob police, and would rather spend the extra time crafting or creating an alternate means to accomplish these goals. At this time we are unfortunately forced to rob police due to current limitations.
  3. @Emi Suzuki I'm currently in Osaka for a few days to visit the consulate. Next time I am in Tokyo I will have to come say hi. Headed back to Iwakuni after that! We will have to chat in TS sometime about Japan.
  4. I am super guilty of this, and this is a good reminder to step back and not make assumptions. I mix up Granger's civ and cop, Trooper Kali and her mom, and others. It's mainly due to my inexperience and ongoing efforts at being a better RPer. Good post, +1
  5. @Jasmine Kali Sure, go for it. I'm 7 followers from 100, and i'd like to get my stream on the forums list if possible.
  6. I'll share some pics of the little man. 28 days old.
  7. Like I have mentioned in another thread, I am willing to fund a paid developer position for the server. The final amount could be discussed, but I had something along the lines of $500 a month for consistent content creation and bug fixing. Depending on your situation that amount might be life changing if you have the skills, and a normal job isn't your thing. I am also sure that other members of the community could contribute to increase that monthly amount. Ultimately I enjoy the servers and the community, and am willing to pay out of pocket to see it consistently improve and grow.
  8. I have money, but not the skills to code or time to learn to do so. I would happily contribute significantly to a developer or developers to work part or full time on improving the servers, and by doing so expand the community. I think it would be a fantastic idea to give financial assistance to those whom selflessly work to make the servers better on a regular basis.
  9. Well here we go. My wife's water broke on the evening of the 13th, and we went to the hospital as planned. We spent the next few days with her being in pain due to contractions. I asked the doctor to perform an epidural as my wife was in agony from the contractions and exhaustion (nerve block of most pain from the middle spine down). An epidural is common in America, but uncommon in Japan. The doctor attempted this, and failed twice. No low pain birth for her. From that point until today they have been giving my wife pain meds and trying to have a natural birth, as here a C-section is last resort. At around 1700 JST+9 on May 20th, the doctors came into the room in a large quantity, and had the ultrasound machine. Afterwards the doctor called away for an emergency c section. I later found out this was due to my son entering a temporary death state. I actually got all of it on my GoPro IRL, scary stuff. Fortunately after a short surgery, Ryu was delivered at 3426 grams or a bit over 7.5lbs. He is huge and very tall compared to the average baby in Japan. From what we can tell both he and my wife will be fine and recover quickly. If you find me in server (as I have about 1-2 months off work for the baby, and mostly work from home) please don't mind a bit of background noise. This community really helped me through the last week, and has been a nice distraction to the very real and scary situations that have unfolded the last week. Couple of pictures. See you all around town, and thanks to everyone, as it is you who makes the community special. Respectfully, - Mike
  10. From Northern California, but have been in Japan since 2017. I live near Hiroshima, and encourage everyone to bucket list a Japan vacation. This country, its people, and everything about it are amazing.
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